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SCHOLARSHIP
Art & Design Competition

Art & Design Scholarship

Would you like to win Akademeia’s Art & Design Scholarship?

The competition is open to all students, aged 14-16 years old, who would like to develop their artistic skills and consider studying artistic majors in the future.

Results of the competition

We are pleased to announce that the prize winner of the Art & Design Scholarship competition is:

13825-10909760813825

When publishing results, we are using candidates numbers only. Congratulations!


Results of the 1st phase of the 2nd stage of the competition

Here is the list of candidates, chosen by the Scholarship Committee to take part in the 2nd phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition, taking place on 11-12th May 2019. When publishing results, we are using candidates numbers only.

  1. 100011-10809769817525
  2. 13825-10909760813825
  3. 13715-139724433413715
  4. 13797-254869813797
  5. 13824-101471539313824
  6. 1173-9996744911173

Congratulations!

  • Art is a very important part of our curriculum.
  • We aim to educate young artists – those interested in the fine arts, future designers, architects, and creators to be. That’s why we are pleased to announce the 3rd annual scholarship competition.

    Please watch a short recap from the 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition!

Award

1. ART & DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP AT AKADEMEIA HIGH SCHOOL 

The scholarship includes the financial provision of total or partial funds to study at our high school.

Project-based learning and the critical development of ideas are at the heart of the Creative & Performing Arts curricula. Students learn to develop their ideas conceptually through research and exploration of a wide range of media and techniques. Workshops and extended projects with leading art and design practitioners and educators strengthen our students’ artistic independence and introduce them to the latest developments in the field. Our A Level curricula in Photography, Fine Art, and 3D Design prepare our students for the most prestigious art, architecture, and design programmes around the world. 

We want our students to develop their creativity, expand their artistic horizons and at the same time learn to talk about their works and inspirations in an interesting and critical manner. Students thinking of careers in fine art, photography, design, architecture or fashion have the opportunity to develop their practice under the guidance of top experts in these fields, many of whom graduated from prestigious artistic universities in the UK.

School life

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • The 2nd stage of the previous year’s competition

  • 3d Design and Printing classes at our high school

  • Art studio

  • Photography exhibition at our high school

  • Our students’ artworks

  • Basia’s (Year 12 student) works, performed during the summer course at the Bartlett School of Architecture

  • Co-curricular activities / STORE Summer School

  • Co-curricular activities / STORE Summer School

  • Scenography classes at our high school

  • Karolina (Y12 student) during the Photography Exhibition at our high school.

Experts

The Scholarship Committee consists of the best architects, designers, and artists who work with us on an everyday basis.

The 1st phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition is centered around the participation of a workshop led by the representatives of the Scholarship Committee. This will give you a unique opportunity to work under the guidance of highly respected experts, who not only will assess your work but also will be able to share with you their passion, knowledge, and experience.

 

  • Rygalik Studio Designer

    Gosia Rygalik

    Rygalik Studio Designer

    Gosia graduated from the Design Department at Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts (2010 MA). She also studied at the Danmarks Designskole and gained her first professional design experience in Copenhagen. During the studies in Warsaw she was a member of the PG13 platform – responding to experimental design briefs, exhibiting, organizing and taking part in design workshops and competitions as well as industry supported projects. Her MA studies were focused on experiencing food. The relationship between design and food is an important field of her theoretical research as well as design practice. In 2009 she joined Studio Rygalik to become a partner in 2012.

  • STORE Projects Architect, artist

    Kevin Green

    STORE Projects Architect, artist

    Born in Montreal, Kevin Green graduated from MA Sculpture at the Royal College of Art having previously studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Green has previously worked for La Machine while working collaboratively on international competitions including winning the Front Room Gallery sculpture competition in New York and the International Prix de la Sculpture for Noilly Prat, France. He has had numerous exhibitions across London. Green co-founded London based architecture and design association; STORE. Green has been a visiting tutor at Greenwich, RCA, AA and London Met and he currently teaches at the Bartlett.

    www.storeprojects.org

  • Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    History of Art, University of Cambridge and Courtauld Institute of Art in London

    dr Karolina Watras

    Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    History of Art, University of Cambridge and Courtauld Institute of Art in London

    Dr Karolina Watras completed her A Levels at the Cheltenham Ladies’ College in the UK. She received her undergraduate degree in History of Art from Christ’s College, Cambridge. Karolina studied Gothic Architecture for a Masters at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and subsequently returned to Cambridge to pursue her MPhil and doctoral research at Jesus College.

    Dr Watras has worked at the University of Cambridge as a supervisor and Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of History of Art, Acting Director of Studies at Jesus and Trinity Colleges, and course leader at the Institute of Continuing Education. She returned to Poland and joined Akademeia in 2014.

    dr Karolina Watras’s broader interests include Surrealism, transregional exchanges between 20th century avant-gardes, artist’s books, art under totalitarian regimes, and 20th century aesthetic theory. Throughout her academic research and teaching Karolina has always followed an interdisciplinary approach, which informs her work as the Head of the Humanities Department and which she strives to instill in her students.

     

The best teaching involves instilling in others a passion for learning.

The faculty at our school is unique in bringing together the alumni of top universities across the world and experts in their fields.

Their dedication and experience help our students achieve academic excellence. Teaching through dialogue and inspiring each student to achieve their full potential are our guiding principles.

Dr Karolina Watras
Deputy Head
Head of Creating & Performing Arts Department
Head of Humanities Department

Step-by-step instructions

1st STAGE

  • Candidates submit their applications via the online form to be found below. The online application must include a scan of the parent’s /guardian’s written consent for participation in the competition: download a file
  • All applications are reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. A maximum of 30 students will be chosen to take part in the 2nd STAGE of the competition.

 

2nd STAGE

  • 1st phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition: a 2-day workshop conducted by the representatives of the Scholarship Committee. As a part of the workshop, candidates will be given a task to complete. The task will include group work, conceptual planning, execution of the creative process, as well as a presentation of the final work. Candidates who, in the opinion of the Scholarship Committee, complete the task properly will be invited to take part in the 2nd phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition.
  • During the 2nd phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition, candidates will sit subject tests and have individual meetings with our teachers and the Scholarship Committee.

 

Should you have any questions or run into any problems, you can consult our FAQs or reach out to us directly at: admissions@akademeia.edu.pl 

READ THE REGULATIONS

Terms and conditions of the Akademeia High School Scholarship Programme have been approved by Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej: link

Important dates

25.02.2019 at 6pm – The deadline for submitting online applications (1st STAGE). 

08.03.2019 –  The 1st STAGE of the competition results are published online; the candidates, chosen by the Scholarship Committee to take part in the 1st phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition are notified via e-mail.

23.03 – 24.03.2019 – The 1st phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition – 2-day workshop.

08.04.2019  – The candidates who successfully complete the workshop task, are invited to take part in the 2nd phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition.

11.05 – 12.05.2019 – The 2nd phase of the 2nd STAGE of the competition.

24.05.2019 – The competition results are published online; prize winners are notified via e-mail.

 

Should you have any questions or run into any problems, you can consult our FAQs or reach out to us directly at: admissions@akademeia.edu.pl 

READ THE REGULATIONS

Terms and conditions of the Akademeia High School Scholarship Programme have been approved by Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej: link

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